Festivals are now permanent and frequent events in the Scottish calendar. From small fetes and concerts, to main events like Rock Ness, our festivals have the advantage of one of the best backdrops in the world. The Scottish landscape.
9th June 2013, Glasgow:
By popular demand, the famous West End Festival Mardi Gras Parade will return to Byres Road on Sunday 9 June.
This free event promises to be a truly unique showcase of the very best Scottish seafood and culture, in the heart of the festival.
15th June 2013, Edinburgh:
Join us in the Storytelling Bothy for a celebration of fatherhood on the day before Father’s Day.
15th & 16th June 2013, Argyll:
A selection of over 30 of the best ales and scrumpies from around the UK, together with excellent food from Loch Fyne Oysters and Winston Churchill Venison.
19th June 2013, Edinburgh:
A special Café Voices as part of Refugee Week Scotland.
17th - 23rd June 2013, Fife:
The Falkland Festival is a week of community events and family fun.
21st - 23rd June 2013, Scottish Borders:
Enjoy events all weekend in a family festival in the centre of Greenlaw, On Friday, come and watch an outdoor movie screening and take part in the quiz.
22nd & 23rd June 2013, Banffshire:
Attracting thousands of visitors, and with traditional boats from far and wide congregated in Portsoy’s historic harbour, the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival is a family affair, extolling the values of taste, style, heritage and authenticity.
17th - 27th July 2013, Fife:
A fantastic programme of events includes music, theatre, children’s events, Festival street market, art exhibition and much, much more.
1st August 2013, Isle of Coll:
With prizes for horticulture, flowers, handicrafts, home produce and children’s classes - there’s a lot at stake! Then there’s road racing, tug of war, kids’ sports and other games - all topped off with a fireworks display over the bay.